Notic Table Lamp – Oblure

Notic Table Lamp – Oblure


Maker: Oblure | Sweden
Designer: Bower Studio | Sweden
Year: 2018

The Notic lighting range designed by Swedish Bower Studio pays homage to classical architectural elements. The graphical metal shade embraces the complex geometry of the glass and spreads the light in a hypnotic way.

The lamps have a focused downlight combined with a gentle illumination through the shade. With the resemblance of a geometric pendulum, this range will dazzle and transfix.

- Contemporary Swedish Design
- Removable circular base 
- Takes a G9 Halogen Bulb

- H 48m, ø 17cm

- Painted black steel, opal glass
- Textile cable with on/off switch

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Made by Oblure

As a hybrid of the words ‘Object’ and ‘Allure’, Swedish lighting company Oblure perfectly embodies the initial delight felt in discovering an object that is completely new and unique. The company's vision is to offer characterful modern lighting to a worldwide community of design lovers with a goal to create unique objects that intrigue and surprise the beholder.

Astep is a design company that brings to the domestic landscape, the experience, knowledge and the future-oriented outlook that has been nurtured in founder Alessandro Sarfatti's family for three generations, and bridges it with the latest developments in digital technologies.

Design is about conveying an emotion that affects human life and enhances everyday experience.
— Erik Möller | Oblure Founder
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Designed by Bower Studio

Bower Studio is an architect and design studio which integrates architecture and visual arts in various scales in different context both public and private. Based in Gothenburg, Sweden, Bower Studio is led by Oscar Gillkvist and Carl-Magnus Elander, who work collaboratively with architects, industrial designers, artists and graphic designers.

Bower Studios´ projects extend from residential housing, restaurant interiors, graphic profiles, art projects, exhibitions, installations, scenographies and furniture.